Optical properties of ion-beam-deposited ion-modified diamondlike (a-C:H) carbon

Orzeszko, S.; Woollam, John A.; Ingram, David C.; McCormick, A. W.
September 1988
Journal of Applied Physics;9/1/1988, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p2611
Academic Journal
Examines the optical properties of ion-beam-deposited ion-modified diamondlike carbon (DLC). Applications of DLC; Overview of previous studies on the optical properties of DLC; Details of the experimental techniques used.


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